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WHEN YOU CHANGE the channel after getting the latest updates on the coronavirus pandemic from your preferred news network, you may notice that regular programming is looking, well, rather irregular. Sports, talk shows and scripted and unscripted series are all experiencing cancellations, postponements and production shutdowns lasting at least a few weeks, possibly longer. Here’s how TV will look in the near and distant future.

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